The hotel has 247 apartments, for a total capacity of 1,500 guests. There are two types of accommodation: apartments with a double room and apartments with two separate rooms. The rooms are really spacious, and you can fit in four people without it being a squeeze. Whether or not you can survive without air conditioning is another question, and there's the rub, especially because the windows offering pretty sea views (for an additional £5) are south-facing! The fact there is no remote control for the television pales in comparison to this.
The apartments are clean and pleasantly decorated, but the soundproofing could be better (come prepared for musical entertainment in the evening). The kitchenette is adequately equipped with dishes, a microwave, hobs, a fridge, a sink and an extractor hood. There is also a lounge area with a sofa, coffee table, satellite television (but no remote control, as mentioned above), a halogen lamp, a telephone, and plenty of space to stow your luggage. A safe is available at reception, although this costs £18 per week. The room is well-lit thanks to the glass French doors (beware: they jam easily). Outside, there is a fairly large balcony furnished with a table and chairs. The bathroom is not immense, but it is functional and is provided with the bare necessities: a bathtub and toilet, and a few hospitality products.